After the service of notice in a proceeding seeking the appointment of a conservator
or other protective order and until termination of the proceeding, the court in which
the petition is filed has:
1. Exclusive jurisdiction to determine the need for a conservator or other protective
order until the proceedings are terminated.
2. Exclusive jurisdiction to determine how the estate of the protected person which
is subject to the laws of this state shall be managed, expended or distributed to
or for the use of the protected person, the protected person's dependents or other
3. Concurrent jurisdiction to determine the validity of claims against the person
or estate of the protected person and questions of title concerning any estate asset.
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